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Carrowmore Tomb 37 Passage Tomb
 

County

Sligo

Coordinates

N 54° 14' 37.92"   W 008° 31' 03.36"

Nearest town

Sligo

Grid Ref.

G 66262 32902

Map No.

25

Elevation a.s.l. (m)

61

Date of visit

Saturday 27 June 2015

GPS Accuracy (m)

3
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The surviving stones are scattered over a wide area. Looking east.


This tomb is outside the area of the main group of tombs near the visitors' centre and is in a private field far from the road.

It's a rather disturbed site, with a dolmen structure surrounded by several stones scattered around, though they seem to be arranged in some sort of circles, one close to the dolmen and very clear on the east quarter and the other one, less clear, with a larger diameter. The dolmen has a boulder as a capstone, but the thick and overgrown vegetation makes it difficult to understand the monument properly. The entrance is aligned to north (10°).

We came here for the first time on May 4th, 1997.


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